The Club Viva Tour release party lit up Rumbo Studio’s in Canoga Park with the launch of Viva Doll’s new single “Boom Boom,” to a sold-out crowd at the studio built by Daryl Dragon of “Captain & Tennille,” a famous duo from the 70’s era. A star-studded red carpet with at least eight different acts left attendees magnetized.
In this edition of the Musicthatpays magazine we go with the EZ Way team as they go to several Hollywood events. We also touch on the #Bridgethegap campaign and explain more about it and why it is such and important cause to support. To get your copy of the magazine click HERE and you can receive a free digital version.
Entertainment and Music have always been a way to not only relate but also to give a voice to the people. We want to encourage that voice of education and solution, honoring those who have fallen victim to these recent tragedies. In Charleston as well as all around the globe we see violence, and in light of our recent campaigns for the #Bridgethegap tour we will be helping to focus on individuals and organizations that are dedicated to helping to make that change in the world.
With the turbulent times going on in cities across the U.S. we as musicians in our community really must look at joining together for a cause to help be the voice, as well as the solution. In this article we will be sharing the story of Tay Money, hopefully by sharing his story we can help inspire others that maybe in a similar situation, allowing them to see that music and the business around it may be a better option.